clinical correlation

clinical correlation

The degree of relatedness between a mutation and a specific disease process.
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Placental surface cysts detected on sonography histologic and clinical correlation.
High-altitude cerebral edema evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging: clinical correlation and pathophysiology.
The IONM technologist(s) works under the supervision of a physician who is responsible for interpretation and clinical correlation of results.
Our research is the first to describe gene mutations in SCLC showing significant clinical correlation to overall survival, progression-free survival, and response to chemotherapy.
For this edition, Young, O'Dowd, and Woodford have updated the text, improved and increased the micrographs, and placed more emphasis on clinical correlation for the benefit of medical students.
Wilson's disease: Cranial MRI observations and clinical correlation.
A recent publication showed that there wasn't a clinical correlation between the platelet count and periodontal disorder, but between mean platelet volume and periodontal disorder in the study group 93).
The relevance of in vitro testing in a clinical setting and clinical correlation makes an interesting reading.
He said: "No clinical correlation of contamination of these computer devices to clinical isolates was found.
They found that the presence of all four clinical findings had a good clinical correlation with heart failure.
The agger nasi cell in frontal recess obstruction: Anatomic and clinical correlation.

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